Some of the most recognizable icons of the 20th Century join the Super7 Ultimate Figures world! Andre the Giant and Conan: The Movie characters as deluxe figures with heroic assortments of accessories for each.
This Gang of lethal deviants with bright pink skulls may very well be the result of Gomez’s dimension jumping, we’re not sure. What we do know is that these three hooligans enjoy wreaking havoc, making a mess and leaving without cleaning up, and have a penchant for punk rock.
Each Pink Skull is outfitted in a black and white striped shirt, jeans, and sneakers they may have vicked from a certain Void operative that they’ve run into previously. Other items they might not have a receipt for - Johnny caps that stink of rebellion and flight jackets with a P.S.C.C. top rocker and “Die Free” bottom rocker, written in Chinese. Included are 2 head portraits because 2 skulls are better than 1!
The Chaos Club is well stocked with mayhem making gear including baseball bats, Molotov cocktails, pipe wrenches, switchblade knives, handcuffs, swords with sheaths, and real metal chains. Just in case they get into a brawl or have to fix the sink.
And what the hell is Rumble Society? Don’t worry about that...but welcome to the club.
THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE PINK SKULLS FIGURES FEATURE:
Each One:12 Collective Pink Skulls Chaos Club set is packaged in a collector friendly tin that is so badass, your head might explode.
Wax Face Toys is pleased to announce a new series of figures in resin and vinyl from the best in music, film, and cult popular culture. Their first offering, a collaboration between music legend Iggy Pop and Wax Face Toys, is manufactured by Unbox Industries under exclusive license from Thread Shop, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Last month marked the 49th anniversary of the infamous "peanut butter incident" at Crosley Field. With a position taken from an Iggy and the Stooges concert at the Cincinnati Pop Festival on June 13th 1970, this resin figure captures Iggy hoisted high by an adoring audience in his iconic shirtless pose, seconds before smearing peanut butter all over his chest and throwing it into the crowd as The Stooges ripped through "1970" from Fun House.
Sculpted in London by ex-Madame Tussauds sculptors, this 15.7" / 40cm figure (which is about 2 1/2 times the size of a normal bobble head figure) is molded in silver.
The black figure, as previewed in Dangerous Minds, has already sold out but other colorways will be available to purchase at Unbox Industries periodically.
The silver edition is limited to 35 pieces and will go on sale on June 29th for $249 (with shipping) at
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This mutherfucker right here! There's a reason why we have a Kalaka Toys banner on the sidebar, and it's not because he pays us for that space (he doesn't).
Based in Argentina, Matias Kalaka has been the most creative and disruptive force in limited edition art toys since he stepped on the scene a few years ago. Many try, but few reach his level of craftsmanship and creativity.
His latest creation SKATOR, is a combination of everything you loved about 80s skateboarding culture rolled into one MOTU-like figure.
Limited to just 30 units, Skator is 6" tall and ready to be pre-ordered at the Kalaka Toys store for $150.
COMING SOON: MYSTERY MINIS - UNIVERSAL MONSTERS
If you’re a fan of things that go bump in the night, the macabre, the creepy, the ghoulish, the terrifying, the Universal Monsters mystery minis series is the perfect opportunity to get your creep on. Bring home Frankenstein, Frankenstein holding a flower, The Mummy, The Invisible Man wrapped up, The Invisible Man, Wolfman, Bride of Frankenstein, Dracula, Dracula holding a candle, The Creature, The Mole People and Phantom varying in rarity from 1/6 to 1/72.
David Harbour looked cool as the demonic hero, and Hot Toys has now unveiled an action figure which promises to be a must-have for fans of his take on the character. The highly-accurate collectible figure features a newly developed head sculpt with two styles of interchangeable horns.
There's also an array of weapons and accessories including the Excalibur sword, pistols, sword of fire and lighting effect accessory for alternative display styles, a movie-themed figure stand with burning flame diorama accessories and character backdrop. Needless to say, it's pretty badass and an essential addition to any Hellboy fan's collection.
RANCID's "Skeletim" mascot has been transformed into a Throbblehead, which is a punk rock bobblehead (we think).
This figure is limited to just 1000 hand-numbered units, stands at 7" tall, and is made of a high quality polyresin. Skeletim is rocking a studded leather jacket, oxblood docs, and a classic sunburst mohawk. See image gallery below.
Since 2009, AGGRONAUTIX has been creating limited-edition Throbbleheads of legendary punks and rock'n'roll rebels. Over 35 unique designs and 25k dolls later, AGGRONAUTIX continues to explore the realm of limited-edition collectibles for adult music fans.
Cast in a flesh soft vinyl, the pair have been treated to masked blue, white and brown sprays based on their original inspiration, the Grady twins from horror flick The Shinning. Comes with two 9" figures, each with four points of articulation (neck, arms, waist).
Available for only 31 days each year, this exclusive Halloween edition set of Z.O.M.B.I.E. figures from October Toys are cast in translucent orange with black glitter.
They are only available HERE during the month of October. Free shipping!
Mezco introduces a spine-tingling doll from the Warner Brothers film ‘The Nun’.
Standing at approximately 18 inches tall, The Nun doll might just be as scary as the film. Her bright, piercing eyes stare directly into your soul and she features a film-accurate habit complete with a tunic, cowl, and veil.
First introduced in The Conjuring 2, horror fans got a quick glimpse of The Nun in a haunting scene where demonologist, Lorraine Warren, is attacked by the spirit.
This summer, The Nun stars in her own self-titled film exploring the unholy origin and dark secrets of her past further expanding the Conjuring’s Horrorverse.
The Nun comes packaged in a die-cut window box, perfect for display.
‘The Nun’ hits theaters September 6th, 2018. You can watch the trailer here.